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List of Attorneys General of North Dakota

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List of Attorneys General of North Dakota

The following is a list of Attorneys General of North Dakota. The office was originally a two year term, but was extended to four in 1964.
Attorneys General by party affiliation
Party Attorneys General
Republican 26
  Republican 24
Republican/NPL 2
Democratic 3
  Democratic-NPL 2
Democratic-Independent 1
# Name Term Party
1 George F. Goodwin 1889–1890 Republican
2 Clarence A.M. Spencer 1891–1892 Republican
3 William H. Standish 1893–1894 Democratic-Independent
4 John F. Cowan 1895–1900 Republican
5 Oliver D. Comstock 1901–1902 Republican
6 Carl N. Frich 1903–1906 Republican
7 Thomas F. McCue 1907–1908 Republican
8 Andrew Miller 1909–1914 Republican
9 Henry Linde 1915–1916 Republican
10 William Langer 1917–1920 Republican/NPL
11 William Lemke 1921–1921 Republican/NPL
12 Sveinbjorn Johnson 1921–1922 Republican
13 George F. Shafer 1923–1928 Republican
14 James Morris 1929–1932 Republican
15 Arthur J. Gronna 1933–1933 Republican
16 P.O. Sathre 1933–1937 Republican
17 Alvin C. Strutz 1937–1944 Republican
18 Nels G. Johnson 1945–1948 Republican
19 P.O. Sathre 1948–1948 Republican
20 Wallace E. Warner 1949–1950 Republican
21 Elmo T. Christianson 1951–1954 Republican
22 Paul Benson 1954–1954 Republican
23 Leslie R. Burgum 1955–1962 Republican
24 Helgi Johanneson 1963–1972 Republican
25 Allen I. Olson 1973–1980 Republican
26 Robert Wefald 1981–1984 Republican
27 Nicholas Spaeth 1985–1992 Democratic-NPL
28 Heidi Heitkamp 1993–2000 Democratic-NPL
29 Wayne Stenehjem 2001– Republican

See also

External links

  • State of North Dakota official website
  • Former North Dakota attorneys general
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